How to download the images: Scroll down, find the image that you want to get, Click to see it on Light box window enlarged, right click, and choose “Save image as”. You are more than welcome to give me credits for the image if you use it somewhere that credits can be shown. Copyrights: You are welcome to download any image you want, as many times as you like, totally free, and without opt in. The images are copyrighted and even though you may use them for your blog or social media posts freely, you are not allowed to resell them, or to name yourself as their owner and creator. This is not a PLR service. For print and Commercial use: The images provided are 2000px max width 72dpi. This size is more than enough for all online and video applications. If you want them for print: 9000px max width 300 dpi, Contact me – the cost for high definition images is $20 each.
There is no cost of this service, and you can download as many photographs as you want for free, but I will accept any amount of donation, as this act of appreciation from your behalf, will keep me motivated to update and enlarge the photo catalogues.
Credits: The images are shot by 3 main Photographers: me, Vassia Sarri, my husband, Nick Sarris… and most of the images were shot by my dad, Dimitris Magarakis with the nickname DIOL.
Dimitris Magarakis (DIOL) was a passionate photographer with incredible technical knowledge, he enjoyed to experiment with unique lenses, such as fish eye, macro etc, and he was an active member in many photograph societies, such as DPGR and more. On 2009 we started working together on weddings and celebrations, and I was priviladged to witness closely how much he loved what he called “ερασιτεχνική φωτογραφία” which in Greek actually means: Being in love with the art of Photography. All our clients, brides, grooms and relatives adored him, because he was not shooting for the money – he never did one thing for the money. He was shooting photographs only because he was deeply in love with the art of photography. We will all miss him. On 2012 he was diagnosed of cancer and he died within 6 months. His fellow photographers from the group DPGR bought him a Nikon DSLR D800, when they found out he was having difficulties with his health. They wanted him back healthy, because he was their photo-buddy, their motivator, their mentor, their technical advisor. But he didn’t make it. To honor his memory and all the people who loved him, most of my professional work is shot with this camera. Rest in peace my dear Dad, our dearest friend, fellow photographer and beloved motivator. As I have known you so well for my entire life, I know you are proud for my initiative, to provide and promote your artistic work to the public. May your work becomes widely known, and your memory remains in our hearts for ever.